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Badminton Skill Listing (in-Detail)

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by B4dm1nt0nFr34k, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. B4dm1nt0nFr34k

    B4dm1nt0nFr34k New Member

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    I was wondering...Could anyone give an in-detail description of the Badminton Skills??

    Obviously, I know the skills involved in Badminton, I just lack the ability to explain them in great detail...

    Thanks for any help!!
     
  2. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    I don't quite understand what you are really looking for. The word "in detail" is qutie general, and if u really want step by step instruction about all the strokes / strategies / footwork (movements), u will end up with a book.

    If you just want to ask for a particular "skill" (i.e. net drop), then, do a search by using the "search" function, and usually, there are long threads talking about some popular "skill".
     
  3. B4dm1nt0nFr34k

    B4dm1nt0nFr34k New Member

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    It doesn't matter anymore, I just had to think hard, and rattle my brains a bit to think of what to write down....

    What I originally meant, was, The Basic skills explained, like net drop etc....and how to execute them, stance and so on....I didn't really know how to compile it all into a constructive detailed explanation, but I have done it now, so it doesn't matter....

    (I just wanted it to sound decent enough to write down for my G.C.S.E P.E. Coursework task...)

    Thanks anyway!!!! :)
     
  4. Neil Nicholls

    Neil Nicholls Regular Member

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    The place to look would have been one of Jake Downeys books.
    www.badmintonbooks.com

    I think "Excelling at Badminton" includes some lists/tables of stuff like that
     
  5. bluejeff

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    Well, it's not free anymore. Thank God that I have already downloaded all the books I need last year when they were free :D:D
     
  6. wood_22_chuck

    wood_22_chuck Regular Member

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    Hope Jack Downey doesn't frequent this forum, or he'll charge royalty, like RIAA did on Napster!

    -dave
     

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